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Do you have a business exit strategy? NASA’s Cassini, an orbiter sent into space in 1997, certainly didn’t. It collected 635 GB of data, traveled 4.9 billion miles and took over 450,000 pictures in the span of 20 years. Cassini was productive and dedicated to its mission – just like a business owner. After a […]
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It’s an incredibly exciting time for health and wellness. From the rise of organic food and healthy eating to the popularity of self-care, yoga and meditation, the tide of medical care is shifting from treating symptoms as they arise to preventing them in the first place. At the same time, technological advancements are driving medicine […]
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Did you know that an adult can go weeks without food, but will die after about 10 days without water? Did you know that an adult can go weeks without food, but will die after about 10 days without water? Water is the essence of life – your brain is 76% water, your blood is […]
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Criticism.  Sarcasm.  Disrespect.  Repeat.
These are just some of the relationship behaviors that some when reoccurring can leave you wondering, “How did I get here again?”  The relationship may have even started great, you thought he/she was incredible, a nice person, a good match.  But when red flags started to wave you either ignored them or excused them away because you wanted this to be what you hoped it was.
The chemistry is incredible!  They are so doting and attentive!  They are the life of the party!
If you’ve cycled through a lot of painful relationships and this sounds familiar, take heart in knowing you are one of many who with great intentions and hopes of love and finding your person who end up entangled in unhealthy relationships and yet, stick around.  Hope is a powerful elixir and it’s often hard to see that the dream of what you thought they were is actually just that, a dream.
Healthy relationships require a number of pieces to fall into place from both people involved.  A history of secure attachment and emotionally safety increase the chances that you have been provided the tools you need.
Here are more behaviors that often characterize unhealthy relationships:

betrayal
bullying
verbal or physical abuse
guilt
isolation
dishonesty
control
disrespect
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When the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report linking processed meats and red meats to an increased risk of cancer, it caused a lot of people to start asking questions. As a former vegan, I had already cut processed meat from my routine while trying to eat a more sustainable diet. These findings just […]
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We humans have an innate, deep need for connection with each other. It can feel great when we connect but if not, it can lead to loneliness.  Inauthenticity and emotional availability are just a few of the ways people behave that can reflect their challenges in this area.  The reality is it can be hard to connect with others because it’s scary to open up and be real and vulnerable.  
There are many reasons why this a challenge, often stemming from family of origin issues but the important thing is to recognize this as a problem and commit to doing something about it.  Doing so will not only can improve your emotional health but your relationships.
That’s why I’m inviting you to join Dr. Rick Hanson and Dr. Daniel Ellenberg for The Courage to Connect: a live online workshop that will help you be more self-accepting and confident, express yourself more fully, get more of what you need from others, and have more satisfying friendships and intimate relationships. 
Join them on March 26 and 27th to learn how to:

Develop greater self-compassion

Release old habits of defensiveness and contraction

Learn the skills that foster courageous conversations

Explore the sweet spot that combines strength and vulnerability

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Is your workforce passionate? According to a Deloitte study, the answer is likely, “no”: 64 percent of all workers report being neither passionate nor engaged at work – including 50 percent of executives and senior management. That’s a staggering number, especially when you consider the many benefits of a passionate workplace culture. Modern workers want […]
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Do you ever find yourself wanting more? As human beings, we crave growth, so we set and achieve goals of more money, more possessions or more power – yet we still find ourselves feeling stuck. We plateau. We feel uninspired, even bored. Because while we’ve mastered the physical realm, what we really crave is true […]
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Being emotionally available is the cornerstone of healthy relationships.  It allows for openness, communication, intimacy and depth.  Then why is being emotionally unavailable such a common problem for people?  Because it’s also self-protective and there are many reasons why people feel they need to keep the kind of distance it helps to maintain.  It can be scary if overall trust in relationships is in question, often for very good reasons.  But you need to ask yourself whether this “protection” from emotional connection from others is worth the end result.
Let’s explore 1) what being emotionally available looks like, 2) why so many struggle with being emotionally unavailable and 3) how to improve that.
What is emotional availability?

You are not only comfortable with looking at your own feelings but sharing them.  Doing so is a vulnerable act and for people who inherently feel vulnerable in relationships or in general, possibly due to family of origin issues, this can feel unsafe or too close.   Authenticity is not a challenge for those who are fully emotionally available because they often have a generally positive sense of self.
You are able to be responsive to other people’s emotions.  This means good listening skills, attunement and empathy in

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Over the past few decades, there has been a slow shift in how we find meaning in our lives. Rather than treating work only as a way to make a living, Americans want to be passionate about work. We’re looking for jobs that give us a sense of purpose: A recent study found that 83% […]
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